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432 White Pine Road, Paul Smiths, NY 12970
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Located on beautiful, secluded Osgood Pond, White Pine Camp is one of a small handful of remaining historic Adirondack Great Camps open to the public. Built in 1907 for Archibald White, a New York City banker and industrialist and his wife Olive Moore White, an opera star, the property, which hosted many dignitaries and celebrities over the years, is most noted for having served as the Summer White House for President Calvin Coolidge. White Pine Camp is open year around and in the winter offers incredible cross country skiing and snowshoe opportunities.
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Free parking
Free internet
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Self-serve laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
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jbontra wrote a review May 2020
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Our favorite family vacation, white Pine and staff were wonderful. The lake was great fishing for the kids. They loved the bowling alley and boats. My wife and I enjoyed how quiet and serene the camp is. Close to local towns and sites to explore during the day. We look forward to returning again.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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ahschaub wrote a review Feb 2020
Syracuse, New York6 contributions7 helpful votes
We just returned from a weekend getaway at WPC- our first visit but it won't be our last. It's hard to capture just how special this property is. The history, the gorgeous surroundings, the privacy. We snowshoed for hours, build our own luge for tubing and visited nearby VIC at Paul Smiths to try cross country skiing. When we needed a break from the elements, we bowled or sat by a roaring fire. Staff was attentive and eager to help and answer questions. While there were plenty of other guests this weekend, we felt like we had the whole place to ourselves. This is the ADK as it should be, completely unplugged from the rest of the world and focusing on nature and the people you're with. We can't wait to go back!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Kathy wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York4 contributions3 helpful votes
We have stayed here a couple of times previously over the years and I have to stay my family of 4 (kids are ten year old twins) LOVE it here in the deep snow. It's quiet, comfortable and the sense of history here reminds us of other places we have traveled to such as Timberline Lodge at Mt. Hood, OR and Williamsburg, VA. This is the IDEAL place to undergo a digital detox and to SLOW DOWN. The internet connection runs from fine at times to kinda slow which is just perfect for the intention to get the kids off the devices. The entire time here they were reading, relaxing, playing games, outside sledding on the hill, bowling, learning photography, etc. Not a TV in sight or the ability to download a movie possible. Heavenly. If you have device-addicted children/teens and need a soft landing for a cure (think as a stress-free alternative to camping) this is the place to be. I have to disagree with the below review of the beds, couches and the roads. We are in Mrs. Coolidges and the beds and couch are comfortable and fine. No issue at all with sheets, pillows or furnishings. All of my family find the beds really comfortable and we sleep soundly through the night. Is this 4 star luxury? No. But we're not here for that. It is 4 Star location, history, peace and quiet. As for the roads, I understand what the reviewer is talking about as we have visited here in the late springtime last year BUT the way we remedied this was to SLOW DOWN on the road and not drive too fast! The condition of the road would most certainly have not damaged our car and this is a stretch to say the least. On this visit the roads were well maintained and smooth so it might be a non-issue at this point. We are here enjoying the Saranac Winter Carnival and this is such a delightful place to enjoy it from. The endless supply of firewood a major bonus for these gorgeous fireplaces (TWO!! One in the living room AND the bedroom!!!) We have to space and time to cook wonderful meals after a big shop at ALDI and Nori's at Saranac Lake and just love staying in and cooking. The peace, quiet and tranquility are unparalleled. This place is worth every penny and has become a family tradition.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Kevin S wrote a review Dec 2019
Easton, Pennsylvania6 contributions7 helpful votes
Our family (2) adults, a five year old and a four year old) stayed the week at this most memorable camp. My wife and I have stayed here several times but this is the first time for our children. The camp was built by people of means around 100 years ago and it has not changed dramatically since then. We stayed in the "Presidents" Cabin where Calvin Coolidge summered 1926. (Part of the larger "Owners" building) We enjoyed canoeing on Osgood Lake, bowling in the vintage bowling alley, and just wandering the camp. It is an amazing place and hard to believe it was built as a family camp so long ago. There is natural beauty mixed with a really cool history lesson. I was worried that the kids might not like it but it turned out to be one of their favorite places. We are headed back this coming summer and hopefully many more times. The staff we spoke to seemed excited to be there and did not intrude or interrupt us at all through the week. I wish I knew more places to go with similar traits, hard to find. Our lodging was an excellent mix of Adirondack, eclectic and comfortable. We used the fireplace most nights when it cooled off. The kitchen was modest but had everything we needed. The porch overlooking the lake was a favorite of our daughter. Overall this turned out to be one of the most pleasant stays we’ve had. White Pine Camp has an odd combination of ingredients that turned out to suit us just fine.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Joseph Sokal wrote a review Oct 2019
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Lovely views, great vibe, cool history, beautiful cabins and able hosting. Would love to go back. You can take out a Kayak or canoe, hike the campgrounds or paddle over to the nearby Paul Smith area and hike there. Lake Placid is close by and the lovely town of Saranac even closer. I went in the autumn and the trees were lovely. I hope to go back.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: Our cabin didn't get the wifi but close cabins do.
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$100 - $462 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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white pine camp hotel paul smiths
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United StatesNew YorkPaul Smiths
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about White Pine Camp
Which popular attractions are close to White Pine Camp?
Nearby attractions include Paul Smith's College VIC (1.5 miles) and Alvin Smith Gravesite (2.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at White Pine Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, meeting rooms, and kids activities.
Is parking available at White Pine Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to White Pine Camp?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Shamrock Bar & Grill, PackBasket Diner, and St Regis Cafe.
Are pets allowed at White Pine Camp?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does White Pine Camp offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Does White Pine Camp have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.